High Schools and Parish Schools:
CYRIL & METHODIUS HIGH SCHOOL at the Cathedral of
the Most-Holy Mother of God "Joy of All Who Sorrow"
in San Francisco has existed for over 50 years. Its founder
was Archimandrite Afanasii. The High School includes three
preparatory classes, seven elementary classes and one supplementary
class. Classes are held three times a week (on Tuesdays and
Thursdays after public school and on Saturday mornings) for
younger students and twice a week for older students.
The High School program is modeled after that of pre-revolutionary
schools, but is adapted to contemporary needs--many textbooks
are written by the High School's educators.
CYRIL & METHODIUS HIGH SCHOOL
6200 Geary Boulevard
San Francisco, CA 94121, USA
íÂÎ: (415) 752-5122
VIRGIN PROTECTION SCHOOL in Nyack, NY is one of the more
famous schools of the Russian Diaspora. It was founded in
1951 by Sofia Sergeevna Koulomzina. For many years the director
of the School was Protopriest Seraphim Slobodskoy, author
of "The Law of God." Classes are held on Saturdays
and participants come from the New York area and even from
other states. The program of study is for 14 years. The teaching
staff of the Nyack School has published a whole series of
textbooks, used by many of the parish schools of the Russian
Diaspora. For over 10 years, the matushka of Fr. Seraphim
has been its Director, and has also published the popular
children's journal Trezvon.
VIRGIN PROTECTION SCHOOL
38 Mill Street
Nyack, NY 10960, USA
íÂÎ: (845) 353-1155; e-mail:
SCHOOL OF HOLY TRINITY CATHEDRAL in Toronto, Canada, is
one of the largest parish schools of the Russian Diaspora,
thanks mainly to the multitude of new Russian immigrants in
the city. Classes are held on Saturdays, which use many textbooks
written by past teachers of the school.
TRINITY PARISH SCHOOL
23 Henry Street
Toronto, ON M5T 1W9, CANADA
íÂÎ: (416) 979-2990; e-mail: VMalchenko@bigfoot.com
PETER & PAUL CATHEDRAL PARISH SCHOOL, Stratfield,
PETER & PAUL CATHEDRAL PARISH SCHOOL
3-5 Vernon Stereet
Sydney (Strathfield), N.S.W. 2135, AUSTRALIA
íÂÎ: 61 (2) 9746-1737
ST. ALEXANDER NEVSKY
PARISH SCHOOL, Lakewood,
ALEXANDER NEVSKY PARISH SCHOOL
200 Alexander Avenue
Lakewood, NJ 07731, U.S.A.
íÂÎ: (732) 370-1881; e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
DIOCESAN SCHOOL OF ST. SERGIUS
in Buenos Aires-Villa Ballester, Argentina, was founded
in 1968 at St. Sergius Church. The school has its own 2-story
building with classrooms, a hall and sports field. The strength
of the school is in its deeply religious make-up: in the forming
of young orthodox people in the emigration for 3-4 generations.
In 1988, the Argentinian authorities honored the School by
naming the street where the church and school are found after
IGLESIA SAN SERGIO
San Vladimi 2045 (Ex Falucho 854)
1653 Villa Ballester, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA
íÂÎ: 54 (11) 4-768-5476; ›-ÔÓŽÚ:
OF ST. VLADIMIR, at the Church of the Resurrection of
Christ in Brussels, Belgium.
DE ST. VLADIMIR
42, rue de Drapiers
1050 Bruxelles, BELGIUM
íÂÎ: 32 (5) 14 23 39; e-mail:
Orthodox School in Bethany
This school and boarding school for girls was opened in 1937
and was in part inspired by the example of Grand Duchess St.
Elizabeth Feodorovna the New-martyr. Nuns from Gethsemane
Convent work there. Over 300 girls study there, mostly poorer
Arab girls from nearby Muslim neighborhoods, ages 7 to 15.
The boarding school keeps 15 students. In 2002-2003 there
will not only be Orthodox Arabs living at the boarding school,
but a few Russian Orthodox girls, the children of immigrants
from Russia. The School has a church of St. Lazarus of the
Four days and a cave of St. Nicholas the Miracle-worker.
P.O. Box 20607
Jerusalem 91205, ISRAEL
Tel: 972 (2) 279-97-97; e-mail: email@example.com